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If I understand correctly you are trying to program your Samsung remote to your cable receiver. Well, I will first give a few troubleshooting steps to do on the remote that are important before you do anything else, if you have yet to do these steps.

1. Has the remote worked on this cable box before and/or does it function the any other devices?

2. Try "New" batteries

3. Does the remote supplied with the cable box work?

4. Perform a IR (infrared) test on the remote, here is a link to show a IR that is transmitting properly.
If there is no light from the IR, then you have a bad remote, replace it.

5. Call your cable/satellite provider for the codes and steps to program it, they may have this information posted on their website so check there before you call them.

I hope this helps

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